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5 ways to help your bae overcome eco-anxiety

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Eco-anxiety, have you heard of it? WTF? Neither had I, so I asked Dr Sally Gillespie to bring me up to speed on this new term and let us all know what we can do to help our little bambinos overcome it. “Eco-anxiety encompasses a …

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4 ways to keep your mental health in check when isolated

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Whether you’re a stay-at-home mum, have found yourself working from home, have tiny bebes, or have a tribe of school-aged kids – COVID-19 is changing our lives, and being in #iso is testing our limits like we never thought possible. So how do we …

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Get your glow on with Magdalena Roze’s secret scrub recipe

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor With all this cray cray sh*t going on, never has there been a more important time to make sure you’re looking after yourself! From sorting out your kids’ schooling, running around making sure you have enough fkn toilet paper and pasta, and setting yourself …

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Confessions of a sober mama

By Victoria Vanstone I heard the baby crying again. I didn’t get up. I stayed, hiding in my bedroom. He needed me, but I couldn’t do it. I was too hungover. Again. I don’t remember getting home. The last thing I recall was seeing both my hands outstretched in front of me clutching …

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How to wake up #inspired

By Natalie Bascur I N S P I R A T I O N. The word brings to mind Instagram ‘quotes of the day’ by fit girls in active wear. But what does it actually mean? Can you really wake up every morning so inspired that you jump out of bed and …

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Time to hit the reset button? Try these tips, mama

By Kerrie Simon-Lawrence We’ve all been there: fuelled by a little (or a lot of) champagne, and giddy with excitement over the year ahead, we’ve made some pretty impressive resolutions. Whether to drop a dress size, or to save for that house deposit, something about New Year’s Eve gives us …

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5 ways to overcome the juggle of motherhood

By Amy Molloy When Amy released her first book, The World is a Nice Place, she had no idea how popular it would be, going into reprint after only 12 weeks. Focused on helping readers recover from their past hurts and experiences, when it came time to release the sequel, Amy opted …

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How to give less of a sh*t about what others think

By Carlii Lyon I suddenly realised, at the age of 35, that certain forms of disapproval and rejection are healthy and if anything, a good sign of progress. I would even go as far as saying, if you have the approval of everyone around you, either you are playing too small, …

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Ditch the mama guilt in 3 steps

By Rebecca Hooton Before having her first child, Katie* was a human resources manager. She was organised and kicking goals in her career, and expected to do the same as a mother. “She was convinced that her baby had to stick to the routine in the parenting book she’d been …

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Learning to smile again after PND

By Josie Smyth I am PROUD to be talking about my journey through postnatal depression. It was an incredibly challenging time – having experienced it with both of my children – but, after having gone through it, I am now a better, healthier and happier person and for that, I …